AIDE 2013 for Visual Studio - Xpert360Trial
Import/Export/Clone screens. AIDE 2013 is a set of productivity power tools for LightSwitch. It surfaces hard-to-access metadata to complement working with the standard LightSwitch designers. Metadata is collected and presented in intuitive views to assist your development.
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Brilliant set of tools. No Lightswitch production system should be without these set of tools in its toolbox!
Payment only with paypal! That is not up to date.
Xpert360 August 25 2014
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Payment with PayPal is nothing to do with reviewing AIDE. Please explain why the AIDE product deserves only one star. Constructive feedback would be more helpful.
It's a very useful tool for lightswitch. AIDE saves a lot of time in many tasks of the development process.
Is this product still available? No response from website , support request , email or trial request error on submission. Please advise. Looks like it could be a nice product.
Xpert360 June 05 2014
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Yes. Thank you for your rating, though it is usual to try a product before supplying a rating. Perhaps we are old fashioned. I believe we have responded to all 3 of your support forum posts. Please accept our apologises for the current communication difficulties caused by Microsoft. One big drawback of using cloud based services is the total lack of control and notification of newly deployed breaking changes or bugs. I am sure they never mean to break things.
What a great set of tools!
LightSwitch is heavily centered around meta-level programming: The line of business application structure is stored in "model files".
I use LightSwitch in my daily work, also I author books and articles about LightSwitch. I decided to try AIDE for a number of features it has and I can assure it is something you cannot miss in your LightSwitch toolbox. Not only it integrates perfectly in Visual Studio, it speeds up some common tasks such as inspecting entities, screen properties and duplicating screens. Really must-have.
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